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180SX Demi Works


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180SX Demi Works
#21
(07-26-2013, 04:34 PM)sincity drifter Wrote:  
(07-26-2013, 11:23 AM)Heru Farukon Wrote:  Hey everyone.

Decided to bump this one up as its pretty recent.
Recently bought a bumper less rear piece + eng bay

Can anyone give me tips on how to mount the pieces onto the body?
double sided tape or shoe goo .


Thanks !

Anyone know how much I need to cut off from this piece for the bumperless ?[Image: 9373445011_f88553136c_b.jpg]
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#22
(07-26-2013, 06:36 PM)Heru Farukon Wrote:  
(07-26-2013, 04:34 PM)sincity drifter Wrote:  
(07-26-2013, 11:23 AM)Heru Farukon Wrote:  Hey everyone.

Decided to bump this one up as its pretty recent.
Recently bought a bumper less rear piece + eng bay

Can anyone give me tips on how to mount the pieces onto the body?
double sided tape or shoe goo .


Thanks !

Anyone know how much I need to cut off from this piece for the bumperless ?

Hi , the red line shows how to cut ;)
[Image: yvob.jpg]
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#23
(07-26-2013, 07:32 PM)demi76 Wrote:  
(07-26-2013, 06:36 PM)Heru Farukon Wrote:  
(07-26-2013, 04:34 PM)sincity drifter Wrote:  
(07-26-2013, 11:23 AM)Heru Farukon Wrote:  Hey everyone.

Decided to bump this one up as its pretty recent.
Recently bought a bumper less rear piece + eng bay

Can anyone give me tips on how to mount the pieces onto the body?
double sided tape or shoe goo .


Thanks !

Anyone know how much I need to cut off from this piece for the bumperless ?

Hi , the red line shows how to cut ;)
[Image: yvob.jpg]

So the side part is fine? Just trim the top and im good to go?
Oh okay then thanks demi!
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#24
(07-27-2013, 05:03 AM)Heru Farukon Wrote:  So the side part is fine? Just trim the top and im good to go?
Oh okay then thanks demi!

Provisionally install and see .
In the Yokomo 180SX nothing needs to be cut on the side, maybe just a little bit to align to the fender.

you're welcome ;)
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#25
Shoot I think I might have screwed up :(

Shouldn't have cut on the actually hood lines? Or it seems way too small?

[Image: 9432949140_319684e437_b.jpg]
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#26
(08-03-2013, 06:01 PM)Heru Farukon Wrote:  Shoot I think I might have screwed up :(

Shouldn't have cut on the actually hood lines? Or it seems way too small?

[Image: 9432949140_319684e437_b.jpg]

I did the same on my current build... What I'm doing to correct it is squared the engine bayand used a plastic sheet from some packaging to extend the body. I am then cutting a share hole in it just a few mm shorter then the engine bay. That way it'll just fall into place. Not quite finished but I'll take pics to show you.

By the way, color is looking good... You took my advise on using the sharpies.
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#27
(08-03-2013, 11:43 PM)Wolf244 Wrote:  
(08-03-2013, 06:01 PM)Heru Farukon Wrote:  Shoot I think I might have screwed up :(

Shouldn't have cut on the actually hood lines? Or it seems way too small?

[Image: 9432949140_319684e437_b.jpg]

I did the same on my current build... What I'm doing to correct it is squared the engine bayand used a plastic sheet from some packaging to extend the body. I am then cutting a share hole in it just a few mm shorter then the engine bay. That way it'll just fall into place. Not quite finished but I'll take pics to show you.

By the way, color is looking good... You took my advise on using the sharpies.

Oh okay then. I'll need to see pictures of it and how you did it. I think i somewhat get what youre saying.

Thanks man ! Could be a little bit better imo lol
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